2017年12月28日 20:36

全天然痘痘調理保養,在社群網站發酵 (翻譯: 喜貓)

顯然這年頭人們希望從Instagram獲取保養新知,一位名叫羅培茲的模特兒收到一堆讚,在她詳述長痘痘的過程,以及如何完全清理乾淨的過程。(老實說,她的皮膚真得很棒又亮,我很想知道她保養的祕訣)。

她的貼文擊破每個單一產品,她用來處理她混和性的膚質上。以及她分享之前之後的照片,證明這些產品的效用。她甚至看到她的皮膚,在一個禮拜內緩和鎮定下來。現在六個月以後了,羅培茲處在很好的狀態,『我的皮膚每天都在改善』她說。但我感受皮膚的舒適度,已經有兩個月半了。


以她的保養程序究竟是怎樣的?有很多天然產品。

羅培茲以100%純荷荷芭油開始清潔皮膚。皮膚科醫生說,天然植物油實際上可以打擊油膩以及預防痘痘。荷荷芭油與皮膚皮脂結構類似。皮膚天然油脂太過旺盛,就會阻塞毛孔容易冒痘痘,因此它能讓皮膚不過度冒油。以荷荷芭油溶解彩妝與污垢,羅培茲以熱毛巾擦拭乾淨。如果她那天整天都化妝,她會重複這個步驟做雙重處理。


接下來,羅培茲會使用生蜂蜜做成的水洗式面膜,蜂蜜具有抗菌與抗發炎作用。外加半茶匙薑黃(另一個抗菌成份,據說有助於清除粉刺)以及肉桂。肉桂有助於促進循環,能更加容光煥發,也有助打擊痘痘。在臉部停留一小時後,羅培茲才清洗掉。她補充說,她也喜歡做出有添加硫磺或高嶺土的面膜,但蜂蜜這款是她的最愛。(她不化妝的那天,會跳過面膜這個步驟)

然後,羅培茲會以玫瑰實與胡蘿蔔的精華液,以及薰衣草精華油,進行滋潤這個步驟。精華液是由富含維他命的玫瑰果實油,有幫助淡化痤瘡後的疤痕以及含能抗微生物的亞油酸,還有胡蘿蔔籽油,能夠刺激細胞生長與把毒素帶離皮膚。




夜間,羅培茲會以乳木果油擦在長痘痘的重點地方。我之前從未聽過這種方法,但乳木果油舒緩保濕。 早上,羅培茲會跳過這個步驟,在保濕步驟後,使用一種有機認證的SPF30防曬霜。


羅培茲的最後一道步驟並不在臉上,而是藥草的補充品,像是上述的薑黃,牛奶薊,牛蒡根與印楝葉。『痤瘡幾乎總是內在,所以你需要從裡面清潔,外在的皮膚就會跟隨,』。儘管如此,我(ALLURE編輯)強烈建議你要諮詢醫生和/或皮膚科醫生。正如羅培茲告訴我的:「每個人的皮膚不一樣,對我有用的不見得適用於其他人。」 所以草本營養補充品也是如此。



有那麼多道的保養程序,羅培茲所推薦的是全天然的選項。我可能只會嘗試那款蜂蜜肉桂面膜。在冬天對保養我的皮膚似乎很完美(ALLURE編輯)





This All-Natural Acne Skin-Care Routine Is Going Viral on Instagram



Apparently, people prefer getting their skin-care recommendations from Instagram these days. A model named Brianna Lopez has been getting more likes on one of her posts detailing her complete routine for clearing up acne than her follower count. (Admittedly, her skin looks so good and incredibly glow-y that I would want to know her skin-care secrets if I stumbled upon her Instagram myself.) Her post broke down every single product she slathers onto her combination skin, and she shared before-and-after pictures to prove just how effective they all are. She even said she saw her skin calming down within a week after using her routine. Now, six months later, Lopez is in a good place: "My skin is improving every day," she says. "But I felt comfortable in my skin within, like, two and a half months."

So what exactly does her viral routine consist of? A lot of natural products. Lopez starts off her routine by cleansing with 100 percent pure jojoba oil. Her favorite is from Trader Joe's, but Desert Essence's 100% Pure Jojoba Oil is a good option, too. As California-based dermatologist Karyn Grossman has told Allure, the natural oil can actually combat oiliness and prevent breakouts. Jojoba oil has a similar structure to skin's sebum, which are the natural oils that clog pores and cause breakouts, so it tricks the skin into not producing it. After rubbing the jojoba oil on her skin to melt away makeup and grime, Lopez wipes it off with a hot washcloth. If she wore makeup that day, she'll repeat this step for some double-cleansing action.

Next, Lopez whips up a mask made out of a dollop of raw honey, which is naturally antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, with about half of a teaspoon of turmeric (another antibacterial ingredient that is said to help clear up acne), and cinnamon. The latter spice helps boosts circulation for a more radiant complexion and helps fight acne, too. Lopez leaves the concoction on for about an hour before rinsing it off. She added that she also likes doing a mask made out of sulfur or bentonite clay, but the honey one is her favorite. (On days when she doesn't wear makeup, she'll skip masking, though.)

Then, Lopez moisturizes with the Shea Terra Organics Rose Hips & Carrot Perfecting Serum and moisturizing Doterra Lavender Oil. The serum is formulated with rosehip seed oil, which is rich in vitamins that help fade acne scars and anti-microbial linoleic acid, and carrot seed oil, which stimulates cell growth and cleanse the skin of toxins.

At night, Lopez follows those oils up by spot treating her breakouts with raw shea butter. (Try SheaMoisture's 100% Raw Shea Butter.) I've never heard of this method before, but shea butter is soothing and hydrating. In the morning, though, Lopez skips the spot treatment and applies the Raw Elements Eco Formula 30+ Lotion, a sunscreen, after moisturizing.

The last step of Lopez's routine doesn't go on her face. Instead, Lopez takes a handful of herbal supplements including aforementioned turmeric, milk thistle, burdock root, and neem leaf. "Acne is almost always internal, so you need to clean their insides, and their skin will follow," Lopez tells Allure. I highly recommend consulting your doctor and/or dermatologist before following this step of Lopez's routine, though. As Lopez tells me, "Everyone's skin is different, so what worked for mine may not work for others." This applies to the herbal supplements, too.。


With many viral skin-care routines touting drugstore and indie products, Lopez definitely offers up some all-natural options to take into consideration. I might just have to try out that honey and spice mask. It seems like the perfect winter treat for my skin.

https://www.allure.com/story/viral-all-natural-acne-skin-care-routine?mbid=social_facebook


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